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Testing Fluid Components

Testing Methods

Currently there are two methods of testing: manual and unit.

Presently Selenium and Windmill are being investigated for automated testing.


Testing Environments

The testing environments are based on Yahoo's A-grade browsers

 

Win 2000†

Win XP

Win Vista

Mac 10.4†

Mac 10.5

Firefox 3

A-grade

A-grade

A-grade

A-grade

A-grade

Firefox 2

 

A-grade

 

 

A-grade

IE 7.0

 

A-grade

A-grade

 

 

IE 6.0

A-grade

A-grade

 

 

 

Opera 9.5

 

A-grade

 

 

A-grade

Safari 3.1*

 

 

 

A-grade

A-grade

* Does not support keyboard accessibility (a11y)

Not currently available for testing


Reporting Bugs

Any bugs found should be reported in Jira

To reduce the chance of creating a duplicate bug report, it is a good idea to browse Jira first.

Reporting Format

All bug reports should include at least the following information

  • Title of bug report
  • The component it affects
  • The version it affects
  • A description of the bug
  • steps to reproduce the bug


Using Jira

Registering in Jira

Before you can report any bugs, you need to create an account in Jira.

From the main Jira page click on the "Signup" link.
 

Fill out the registration form completely and submit.

Browsing

There are several ways to browse the bug reports in Jira.

Using the "Quick Search" field at the upper right corner, search by keyword(s).
 
The "Home" page contains saved filters
 
The "Browse Project" page contains project level filters; e.g. by component, assignee, and etc.
 
The "Find Issue" page allows for the creation of a custom query.
 

Creating a New Bug

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